Don't stereotype all Asian men as wanting submissive women. The reason I don't and haven't dated Asian men is because Asian men will almost always succumb to their Asian cultural pressures.Sure, Asian men might date outside their race but when it comes to getting serious they will dump a non-Asian woman like yesterday's trash rather than introduce her to their parents.Blogger, fashion photographer, and social critic Eliza Romero goes even further by calling out Asian women on this popular subtopic of the White Male/Asian Female (WM/AF) dynamic in her recent blog, To further complicate the problem, as online dating becomes more the norm than the exception, the image of the Asian man as emasculated, lacking confidence, nerdy, and asexual will be heightened.
You can't expect a man to take you seriously if you don't want to cook or clean. lol Thanks for feeding the stupid ignorant racist stereotypes of Asian men. They dump their girlfriends as easy as discarding a pair of diapers and putting on new ones.
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And in the rare case an Asian man does get serious with a non-Asian it will be with a highly submissive and compliant female. The reason I don't and haven't dated Asian men is because Asian men will almost always succumb to their Asian cultural pressures. Chinese men and Russian females are an actual thing in China.
As I get older, personally I find that dating is difficult. We met in college and what attracted me to him was his kindness (especially towards children), his sense of humor and his values.
I (and others) bring so many presumptions about others into the search that it hampers the efforts. Unlike your first commenter, he did not dump me for an Asian. While both our parents were concerned about difficulties navigating 2 very different cultures, our Catholic values meant we had a large base of values in common and his experience growing up with a Buddhist mother and Catholic father gave him the knowledge of how to allow for differences while coming together.